NW 6.5 OES / SP5 / iSCSI SAN / Single Partition (showing shared) / Single
Pool (showing shared) / Multiple Volumes

The switch over doesn't seem to be happening like it should when the
primary server fails or like it has been doing randomly rebooting...

It comes up as Comatose, I've taken it offline, then brought it back
online both by choosing Preferred, Server1 or Server2 and it will go back
to Comatose. It doesn't free up until I manually run:
nss /overridetype=shared /poolactivate=CLUSTER1
Then I can do a mount all and we are back in business, but I would prefer
to have this automated...


Here is the load script:
nss /overridetype=shared /poolactivate=CLUSTER1
mount DATA VOLID=251
mount SHARED VOLID=252
mount VOL1 VOLID=253
mount HOME VOLID=254
CLUSTER CVSBIND ADD CLUSTER_CLUSTER1_SERVER 10.33.200.208
NUDP ADD CLUSTER_CLUSTER1_SERVER 10.33.200.208
AFPBIND ADD CLUSTER_CLUSTER1_SERVER 10.33.200.208
CIFS ADD .CN=CLUSTER_CLUSTER1_SERVER.O=MSD.T=WASH.
add secondary ipaddress 10.33.200.208

Here is the unload script:
del secondary ipaddress 10.33.200.208
CLUSTER CVSBIND DEL CLUSTER_CLUSTER1_SERVER 10.33.200.208
NUDP DEL CLUSTER_CLUSTER1_SERVER 10.33.200.208
AFPBIND DEL CLUSTER_CLUSTER1_SERVER 10.33.200.208
CIFS DEL .CN=CLUSTER_CLUSTER1_SERVER.O=MSD.T=WASH.
nss /pooldeactivate=CLUSTER1 /overridetype=question


- Timeout for the load or unload is set to 30 seconds.
- I've run each of the lines manually from the console and haven't had a
problem
- It connects to the iSCSI fine, but when looking at the Partition it
shows it as deactivated until I run the
nss /overridetype=shared /poolactivate=CLUSTER1 command.

Thanks for the help,
Tim